Surprise, surprise—yet another Soros-backed prosecutor has been accused of judicial misconduct and corruption.
Kim Gardner, a St. Louis prosecutor, has been sanctioned by a judge for allegedly withholding evidence in a double-homicide case involving 23-year-old suspect Alex Heflin.
According to sources, Gardner withheld evidence and commuted the suspect’s 2nd-degree murder charges to manslaughter charges, the accused was then set free on bond following successful arguments from his legal team—his trial is set to begin in June.
Heflin’s attorneys argued that because Gardner withheld evidence and because the trial date continued to be pushed back, their client should be released on bond.
It is not clear what her motives were exactly, but this is not the first complaint the court system has received about Gardner, sources say.
On that note, why do we tolerate this type of behavior? Gardner is the 3rd Soros-funded DA to be accused of withholding evidence in recent memory—and two occurred within the span of one week. …
One detective who worked on the case of Daniel Perry filed an affidavit accusing the district attorney of hiding at least 100 pages of exculpatory evidence that would have exonerated Perry.
The trend and the remedies are both clear—we need to ban Soros and Soros funding here in the U.S.—just as many other countries have done. This man and his son should be listed as international terrorists and sanctions placed on them.
Should they be found in the U.S. or meddling in U.S. affairs a DOA bounty should be placed on both of them.
Here’s more on Gardner’s ongoing legal scandal:
Embattled St. Louis Soros-Funded Circuit Attorney in More Hot Water – Kim Gardner Sanctioned by Judge for Withholding Evidence in Double-Murder Case and Allowing Killer Out On Bond https://t.co/1tTeDCIFpD
— Nwo-Report (@ReportNwo) April 10, 2023
Local GOP DA's its time to indict:
Entire Biden Family
All woke DA's
MSM that spew Russia hoax
& lies about J6.
Grow some balls ; democrats won't stop till we fight fire w/ fire.
— Ashton Upton (@AshtonUpton47) April 10, 2023
The Epoch Times detailed the incident that allowed Heflin’s defense to successfully argue Heflin’s release:
Judge Theresa Counts Burke ruled in favor of Heflin’s lawyers after they filed a motion accusing a prosecutor under Gardner of violating discovery rules. They alleged that her office did not turn over evidence, including a 911 call recording and DNA evidence.
“The court finds that there have been repeated delays by the state in obtaining discovery and providing it to the defense,” Burke wrote, according to local reports.
“There has been a lack of diligence on the part of the state in following up and providing discovery to the defendant in a timely fashion. As a result of the state’s actions and lack of diligence, the court grants defendant’s second motion for sanctions.”
Kim Gardner should have been removed from office when she threatened then President Donald Trump with death for which our state legislature only censured her & didn't remove her from office. If they had, this wouldn't be an issue now.
— Nemo's Child (@CindySpangler6) April 10, 2023
Remember when Kim Gardner, Soros backed DA, refused to prosecute 36 people who were arrested for violent felonies during the 2020 riots?
Instead she arrested the McCloskys, the couple who walked out with a firearm to protect their home and their life from an angry violent BLM…
— Insurrection Barbie (@DefiyantlyFree) April 10, 2023
Braggs withheld 600 pages from Trumps Grand Jury, the St Louis CA, Kim Gardner just found withholding exculpatory evidence, this case of Daniel Perry…and the list goes on and on. Common thread: George Soros funding source. https://t.co/EvyoBTqGLI
— Nancy Scofield (@scomom55) April 10, 2023
Fox News writes and implies that Gardner is purposefully doing a poor job as a prosecutor so that criminals go free:
St. Louis Circuit Attorney Kimberly Gardner has a history riddled with allegations of misconduct and mishandled cases in her current job, facing admonishment for bungled prosecutions and what critics have deemed soft-on-crime policies.